Coastal Plan - Seaford/F'ston (Statewide, Regional)

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Coastal Plan - Seaford/F'ston (Statewide, Regional)

Postby Noel Tudball » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:38 am


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Comments on the Central Regional Coastal Plan close on Tuesday 31st March 2015.

Download a copy of the plan :arrow: http://ccb.vic.gov.au/staging/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Draft-Central-Region-Coastal-Plan.pdf - (10MB)
Register your interest in attending consultation activities and
Make a submission online :arrow: http://ccb.vic.gov.au/have-your-say-5/

For hard copies or enquiries - admin@ccb.vic.gov.au or on (03) 9637 9463 or contact Jane Ryan, Project Manager - Regional Coastal Plans on (03) 9637 8683 or your regional Coastcare Victoria Facilitator.

Meeting dates:
RSVP details – admin@ccb.vic.gov.au
17 March - Practitioners workshop - 2-4pm - Frankston Arts Centre, 27-37 Davey St, Frankston
17 March - Public meeting - 6-8pm - Frankston Arts Centre, 27-37 Davey St, Frankston

(Geelong, Inverloch and Port Melb sessions are available via their website.)
I'm told that only 6 people attended the Geelong session.

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This is an edited version of an email received via the Frankston Environmental Friends Network from Coastcare Victoria Facilitator - Port Phillip and Western Port - Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. (I have omitted the Gippsland and Western Regional Coastal Plans. They are available via http://www.wcb.vic.gov.au.)

The three Regional Coastal Boards have developed draft Regional Coastal Plans, building on the Victorian Coastal Strategy as well stakeholder and community input from the scoping phase in March 2014.

Noel,
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SeafordCC@gmail.com

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